HP Compaq TC Tablet User Guide by NASSdocs

VIEWS: 879 PAGES: 73

									United States
Department of
Agriculture




                                       GUIDE


                     CCE Workstation
                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC
                       User Guide

                                   Version 1.1

                                 July 31, 2006
                                        Update

                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS



Prepared by:
OCIO Information Technology Services
Infrastructure Deployment Branch
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                  HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




             HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide

Revision History

                                              RECORD OF CHANGE

Revision/Change              Update           Date of         Description/Reason for          Pages/Sections
    Number                   Number           Change                 Change                     Affected
1                          1.1               7/31/2006   Corrected DVD Software               Section 3.3
                                                         Version




Update                                                    i                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




Table of Contents

1      Overview .............................................................................................................3
    1.1 Purpose................................................................................................................................3
    1.2 Introduction........................................................................................................................3
2      Unpack and Inventory the Tablet PC..............................................................4
    2.1 Contents of Accessories Box..............................................................................................4
    2.2 HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC Components.................................................................7
       2.2.1      TC4200 Front Components ...................................................................................................... 7
       2.2.2      TC4200 Rear Components ....................................................................................................... 8
       2.2.3      TC4200 Left Side components ................................................................................................. 9
       2.2.4      TC4200 Right Side Components ............................................................................................ 10
       2.2.5      TC4200 Display Components ................................................................................................ 11
       2.2.6      TC4200 Bottom Components................................................................................................. 12
       2.2.7      TC4200 Keyboard Components ............................................................................................. 13
    2.3 HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC Advanced Port Replicator 04...................................15
       2.3.1      Port Replicator Top ................................................................................................................ 15
       2.3.2      Port Replicator Right Side Components................................................................................. 16
       2.3.3      Port Replicator Left Side Components ................................................................................... 16
       2.3.4      Port Replicator Back Components.......................................................................................... 17
    2.4    Using the Tablet PC while Docked .................................................................................18
    2.5    Using the Tablet PC as a Notebook Computer .............................................................18
    2.6    Using the Tablet PC Undocked, as a Notepad...............................................................19
    2.7    Tablet PC External Devices ............................................................................................19
       2.7.1      HP External USB MultiBay Cradle 2.0.................................................................................. 20
    2.8 Powering on the TC4200 Tablet PC...............................................................................21
3      Installing CCE Image on Tablet PC ..............................................................22
    3.1 Change Boot Order and Disable Bluetooth ...................................................................22
    3.2 CD-Rom Drive Not Assigned Properly on CD Based Build of Tablet ........................22
    3.3 Supplemental Applications for the TC4200 Tablet Build ............................................24
       3.3.1      Installation of Sonic RecordNow! .......................................................................................... 25
4      Logging on to Windows for the First Time ...................................................27
    4.1 Welcome to the Tablet PC Computing Tutorial ...........................................................27
5      Tablet PC Input Panel.....................................................................................28
    5.1 On-Screen Keyboard .......................................................................................................28
       5.1.1      Customizing the Input Panel................................................................................................... 30
       5.1.2      Writing Pad............................................................................................................................. 32
       5.1.3      Write Anywhere ..................................................................................................................... 32
       5.1.4      Speech..................................................................................................................................... 33
    5.2 Quick Launch Buttons.....................................................................................................36
       5.2.1      Presentation Mode .................................................................................................................. 37
       5.2.2      Info Center Button .................................................................................................................. 41
    5.3 Sticky Notes ......................................................................................................................44
       5.3.1      Recording a Voice Note ......................................................................................................... 45
    5.4 Windows Journal .............................................................................................................46
       5.4.1      To turn on toolbars in Windows Journal: ............................................................................... 46
       5.4.2      Changing the Template........................................................................................................... 47

Update                                                                        1                                                 ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                                                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



       5.4.3     Convert ink into text ............................................................................................................... 47
       5.4.4     Viewing and Organizing Notes .............................................................................................. 49
       5.4.5     Modifying Notes..................................................................................................................... 49
       5.4.6     Marking up a Document Image .............................................................................................. 50
       5.4.7     Sharing Notes ......................................................................................................................... 51
6      Tablet PC Tutorials .........................................................................................52
    6.1 Tutorials............................................................................................................................52
       6.1.1     Tablet PC Tutorial .................................................................................................................. 52
       6.1.2     Windows Journal Tutorial ...................................................................................................... 53
       6.1.3     Input Panel Tutorial ................................................................................................................ 53
       6.1.4     Speech Tutorial....................................................................................................................... 53
7      QMenu Software ..............................................................................................54
    7.1 QMenu Options................................................................................................................54
       7.1.1     Removing a QMenu Item ....................................................................................................... 56
       7.1.2     Adding a QMenu Item............................................................................................................ 56
       7.1.3     Adding a Listed Item to the QMenu ....................................................................................... 56
       7.1.4     Adding an Unlisted Item to the QMenu ................................................................................. 56
8      Office 2003 and the Tablet PC........................................................................58
    8.1 Office 2003 and the Tablet PC........................................................................................58
    8.2 Ink Annotation Bar..........................................................................................................59
    8.3 Ink Annotation in Word 2003.........................................................................................60
       8.3.1     Make handwritten comments.................................................................................................. 60
       8.3.2     Annotate a document with handwriting.................................................................................. 60
       8.3.3     Write directly in a document .................................................................................................. 60
    8.4 Ink Annotation in Excel 2003 .........................................................................................61
    8.5 Ink Annotation in PowerPoint 2003...............................................................................61
       8.5.1     Using ink annotations during presentations............................................................................ 61
       8.5.2     Using ink while creating or editing presentations .................................................................. 62
    8.6 Ink Annotation in Outlook 2003.....................................................................................63
       8.6.1     Converting Journal Notes to Outlook Email Messages .......................................................... 63
9      Tablet Pen .........................................................................................................65
    9.1 Using the Tablet Pen........................................................................................................65
       9.1.1     Identifying the Pen Tip and Pen Button ................................................................................. 65
       9.1.2     Holding the Pen ...................................................................................................................... 66
       9.1.3     Performing Other Procedures with the Pen ............................................................................ 66
       9.1.4     Pressure – Sensitivity.............................................................................................................. 66
    9.2 Calibrate the Pen..............................................................................................................67
    9.3 Setting Pen Preferences ...................................................................................................67
       9.3.1     Programmable Command Controls ........................................................................................ 67
       9.3.2     Returning All Command Controls to Default Settings........................................................... 68
Appendix A Power and Battery Management..................................................69




Update                                                                     2                                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                          HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




1        Overview
1.1       Purpose
The USDA Service Center concept is a cornerstone of the department’s reorganization effort
undertaken subsequent to the Department of Agriculture Reorganization Act of 1994. By
consolidating its individual agency field offices into service centers, the USDA intends to see a
greater return on investment, and at the same time provide taxpayers with more efficient service
at reduced cost.
One of the key components of this concept is the implementation of the Information Technology
Services (ITS) organization. The ITS vision is to be recognized as a professional team of
customer-driven service providers who respond to the needs of its customers by providing
outstanding service and cost-efficient, highly effective technical solutions.
1.2       Introduction
This User Reference Guide is intended to assist end users to fully implement the capabilities of
the HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC Computer.




Update                                          3                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                              HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2        Unpack and Inventory the Tablet PC
The HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC ships in two boxes. The box containing the laptop will also
contain one box of accessories. The second box contains the HP/Compaq Tablet PC Advanced
Port Replicator 04 and power supply. There is no documentation in this box
There was no external monitor purchased with these tablets.
After unpacking the tablet, make sure it is inventoried in EATS. Place a USDA/OCIO/ITS label
on the Tablet
Notice on the tablet’s label, both a serial number and service tag are listed, Figure 2.a. The HP
Serial number is the number recorded in EATS.




           HP Serial
           Number


                                Figure 2.a – Location of Tablet Serial Number
2.1       Contents of Accessories Box
The following items are located in the Accessories box of the Tablet PC:

           Part No                           Description                      Notes

           213349-001                        Compaq Power Cord                Hardware

           112666-008                        RJ-11 Phone Cable                Hardware

           380467-003                        AC Adapter                       Hardware

           367622-001                        External MultiBay II USB         Hardware
                                             Cable

           367870-001                        External MultiBay Power          Hardware
                                             Cable

           PA509A#ABA                        External DVD/CD-RW               Hardware
                                             Drive

           364664-001                        Digital pen                      Hardware

           None                              HP Invent Black CD               Hardware
                                             holder

Update                                                     4                          ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                               HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




           Part No                           Description                       Notes

           115622-001                        Compaq AC Adapter                 Documentation

           355096-001                        End User License                  Documentation
                                             Agreement (EULA)

           370768-B22                        HP Notebook Accessories           Documentation

           311972-006                        World Wide Telephone              Documentation
                                             Numbers

           374763-B21                        HP MultiBay II Optical            Documentation
                                             Drive Installation Guide

           347279-B21                        Locating InterVideo               Documentation
                                             WinDVD Software

           393352-A21                        Disposal of Waste                 Documentation
                                             Equipment by Users in
                                             Private Households in the
                                             European Nation

           351021-B21                        Connect the External              Documentation
                                             MultiBay to AC Power

           367427-001                        Getting Started HP                Documentation
                                             Compaq Tablet PC Series

           316686-B21                        Important Safety                  Documentation
                                             Information

           374109-001                        Limited Warranty and              Documentation
                                             Technical Support

           325582-001                        Worldwide Limited                 Documentation
                                             Warranty and Technical
                                             Support

           366767-B21                        HP External MultiBay II           Documentation
                                             Getting Started

           317595-002                        Keyboard Compatibility            Documentation

           367060-B21                        HP Advanced Port                  Documentation
                                             Replicator 04 Quick Setup




Update                                                     5                           ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                               HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




           Part No                           Description                       Notes

           304721-191                        Option Warranty Card              Documentation
                                             (Japan only)

           301859-B22                        Worldwide Limited                 Documentation
                                             Warranty and Technical
                                             Support for Option
                                             Products

           381788-B21                        Global Limited Warranty           Documentation
                                             and Technical Support for
                                             Option Products

           394139-A21                        Disposal of Waste                 Documentation
                                             Equipment by Users in
                                             Private Households in the
                                             European Nation

           340548-001                        Limited Warranty and              Documentation
                                             Technical Support for
                                             Option Products

           389092-B21                        Operating System DVD              Software

           358317-B22                        Record Now! V 7.2                 Software

           380428-B22                        Application and Driver            Software
                                             Recovery DVD

           366766-B22                        Accessory Documentation           Software
                                             HP External MultiBay II

           367061-B22                        Accessory Documentation           Software
                                             HP Advanced Port
                                             Replicator 04

           343081-B21                        Safety and Comfort Guide          Software
                                             HP Notebook Series




Update                                                     6                           ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                       HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.2          HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC Components
2.2.1            TC4200 Front Components

             2         4




         1         3
                           5
                                                           6

                                  Figure 2.2.1.a – Tablet PC Front Components

Item              Description
1                 Wireless Indicator         Blue: Wireless connection is activated
                                             Off: Wireless connection is shut down
2                 Power Light                Green: Tablet PC is on.
                                             Blinking Green: Tablet PC is in standby mode.
                                             Note there is also a power light on the switch, figure 2.2.3.a
3                 Battery Light              Amber: Battery is charging.
                                             Green: Battery pack is close to full charge capacity
                                             Blinking Amber: Low Battery Condition
                                             Off: If the Tablet PC is connected to an external power
                                             source, the light is turned off when all batteries in the tablet
                                             PC are fully charged. If the Tablet PC is not connected to an
                                             external power source, the light is turned off until the battery
                                             reaches a low battery condition, when the light begins
                                             blinking amber.
4                 IDE Drive Light            Indicates hard drive activity
5                 Infrared Port              Provides wireless communication between the tablet PC and
                                             an optional IrDA-compliant device.
6                 Display Release            Opens the tablet PC
                  Button




Update                                                         7                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                      HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.2.2        TC4200 Rear Components


         1            2




         3            4         5                            6                        7         8           9

                                 Figure 2.2.2.a – Tablet PC Back Components

Item         Description
                                             When pressed while Windows is open, enters the Ctrl-Alt-Delete
             Windows Security                command.
1
             Button                          When pressed while the Setup utility is open, enters the reset
                                             command
                                             Functions like enter and the up and down arrow keys on a
                                             standard keyboard.
2            Jog Dial                            • Press inward to enter a command
                                                 • Rotate upward to scroll up
                                                 • Rotate downward to scroll down.
                                             Connects USB 1.1 and 2.0 compliant devices to the tablet PC
3            USB Port
                                             using a standard USB cable.
             RJ-11 (modem)
4                                            Connects modem cable.
             Jack
             RJ-45 (network)
5                                            Connects network cable.
             Jack
                                             Swivels the display and converts the tablet PC from notebook
6.           Rotating Hinge
                                             mode into tablet mode.
7.           Power Connector                 Connects AC adapter.
             External Monitor
8                                            Connects optional VGA external monitor.
             Port
                                             Is a 7 pin, dual purpose jack. It connects an optional S-Video
                                             device, such as a television, VCR, camcorder, overhead projector,
9            S Video-out Jack                or video capture card with an optional (4 pin) S-Video cable. The
                                             extra 3 pins also enable an optional S-Video-to-composite adapter
                                             to be used with the tablet PC.

Update                                                       8                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                              HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



2.2.3        TC4200 Left Side components

             1




         2                      3                4       5      6        7              8

                              Figure 2.2.3.a – Tablet PC Left Side Components

Item             Description
1                Tablet Pen Holder              Stores digital pen when not in use.
2                Security Cable Slot            Attaches optional security cable to the tablet PC
                                                        These cables were not purchased.
3                Vent                           Cools Tablet.
4                Wireless Button                Toggles wireless on/off.
5                USB Port                       Connects a USB 1.1 or 2.0 compliant device to the
                                                tablet PC using a standard USB cable.
6                Info Center Button             Button that can be configured to open frequently used
                                                programs and/or web pages.
7                Power switch                   Toggles Tablet on/off.
8                Speaker




Update                                               9                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                      HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.2.4      TC4200 Right Side Components

                                                  1              3                         5




                                                        2                   4                        6

                             Figure 2.2.4.a – Tablet PC Right Side Components

Item            Description
1.              Audio-Out                    Connects optional headphones or powered speakers. Also
                (headphone) jack             connects the audio function of an audio/video device such as a
                                             television or VCR.
2               Audio-In                     Connects optional mono/stereo microphone
                (microphone) jack
3               USB port                     Connects a USB 1.1 or 2.0 compliant device to the tablet PC
                                             using a standard USB cable.
4               PC Card eject                Ejects PC cards from the PC card slot.
                button
5               PC Card slot                 Supports optional type I, type II, 32-bit (Cardbus), or 16-bit
                                             PC cards.
6               Digital Media Slot           Accepts SD (Secure Digital) memory or multimedia cards.




Update                                                      10                                 ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                     HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.2.5      TC4200 Display Components




                                1                                                     3
                                                                          2                      4
                                                             9




5                                                                                                             8
                                                                                            7
                                                             6
                               Figure 2.2.5.a – Tablet PC Display Components

Item       Description                       Notes
1          Pen eject button                  Releases the digital pen from the pen holder.
2          Tablet PC input panel             When Windows is running, opens the Microsoft Tablet PC
           launch button                     Input Panel application which includes a handwriting pad and
                                             an on-screen keyboard.
3          Rotate button                     Switches the image between landscape and portrait.
4          Q button                          When Windows is running, opens or closes the QMenu
                                             application.
5          Pen holder                        Secures the pen to the tablet PC (located on side of display).
6          Rotating hinge                    Swivels the display and converts the tablet PC from notebook
                                             mode to tablet PC mode.




Update                                                     11                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                     HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




Item       Description                       Notes
7          Jog dial                          Functions like enter and the up and down arrow keys on a
                                             standard keyboard.
                                                 • Press inward to enter a command
                                                 • Rotate upward to scroll up
                                                 • Rotate downward to scroll down.
8                                            When pressed while Windows is open, enters the Ctrl-Alt-
           Windows Security                  Delete command.
           Button                            When pressed while the Setup utility is open, enters the reset
                                             command.
9          Microphone                        Tablet PC internal microphone.

2.2.6      TC4200 Bottom Components




                                                                                                      2


                                                   1
                                2
                                                                    3


                                               4




                                5
                                                       6                           8


                                                           7


                               Figure 2.2.6.a – Tablet PC Bottom Components
         Item              Description                     Notes
         1                 Docking Connector               Connects the tablet PC to the docking device.
         2                 Vents (2)                       Enable airflow to cool internal components.
                                                              To prevent overheating, do not obstruct vents. Using
                                                              the tablet PC on a soft surface such as a pillow,
                                                              blanket, rug, or thick clothing may block airflow.

Update                                                         12                           ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




         Item                 Description               Notes
         3                    Travel Battery            Connects an optional travel battery.
                              Connector                    Travel batteries were not purchased with the tablet
                                                           PC’s.
         4                    Expansion memory          Contains one expansion memory module slot.
                              module compartment
         5                    Primary battery bay       Holds the primary battery pack.
         6                    Battery charge            When pressed indicates the level of charge currently in
                              indicator                 the battery.
         7                    Primary battery release   Releases the primary battery pack from the battery bay.
                              latch
         8                    Hard drive bay            Holds the primary hard drive.

2.2.7        TC4200 Keyboard Components


                                                                     2         4




                                                                1         3
                              Vent

                                                                      Pointing stick and
                                                                      buttons




                      6                                               Touchpad
                              8




                          7
                  5

                                  Figure 2.2.7.a – Tablet PC Keyboard Components




Update                                                   13                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                   HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




  Item            Description                Notes
                                             User programmable button that will open any selected
                                             program/file when pressed.
  1               Presentation Button
                                                      To program this button, open Quick Launch
                                                      Buttons under the control panel.
  2               Sound mute button          Press to toggle on/off. When lit, sound is muted.
                  Sound decrease             Does not light up. Press repeatedly to decrease level of
  3
                  button                     sound.
                  Sound increase             Does not light up. Press repeatedly to increase level of
  4
                  button                     sound.
                                             Blue: Wireless connection is activated.
                  Wireless Indicator
  5                                          Off: Wireless connection is shut down.
                                             Green: Tablet PC is on.
                                             Blinking Green: Tablet PC is in standby mode.
  6               Power Light
                                             Note there is also a power light on the switch, figure
                                             2.2.3.a.
                                             Amber: Battery is charging.
                                             Green: Battery pack is close to full charge capacity
                                             Blinking Amber: Low Battery Condition
                                             Off: If the Tablet PC is connected to an external power
                  Battery Light              source, the light is turned off when all batteries in the
  7
                                             tablet PC are fully charged. If the Tablet PC is not
                                             connected to an external power source, the light is turned
                                             off until the battery reaches a low battery condition,
                                             when the light begins blinking amber.
                  IDE Drive Light            Indicates hard drive activity
  8

      The battery is pre-installed on the laptop and does contain a charge, however the
      battery charge displays will not be accurate until the new battery pack has been fully
      charged. Therefore it is recommended that you leave the PC connected to external
      power until the battery pack is fully charged and the battery light is turned off. You
      can proceed with the build and configuration of the tablet while the battery is
      charging.




Update                                                14                                  ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                   HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.3       HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC Advanced Port Replicator 04
The HP/Compaq TC4200 tablet ships with an advanced port replicator that enhances the
capabilities of the Tablet PC by providing MultiBay II and Express Card expandability. It also
provides full port replication, allowing you to connect an external monitor, keyboard, mouse and
other external devices.
2.3.1      Port Replicator Top




                              1                                                          3
                                                          2




                       4




                                   Figure 2.3.1.a Port Replicator Components

Item       Description                       Notes
1          Power button                      Applies power to port replicator and tablet PC when tablet
                                             is docked
2          Docking Guide                      Lines up with same symbol on tablet PC to align the
                                             docking connector correctly when docking tablet.
3          Release latch                     Releases docked tablet PC from port replicator
4          Docking connector                 Aligns with same connector on bottom of tablet PC when
                                             docking.




Update                                                   15                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                 HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.3.2        Port Replicator Right Side Components
The right side of the port replicator is shown in figure 2.3.2.a

                                                                        Release Latch



                                                                      Locking Device
                                                                      Keyhole (Cable lock)

                                   Figure 2.3.2.a – Port Replicator Right Side
2.3.3        Port Replicator Left Side Components


                                                                              2




         1                                                                    3




                                      Figure 2.3.3.a – Left Side Components

Item          Description                      Notes
1             USB 2.0 Ports (4)                The upper left port is a powered USB port and must be
                                               used with the external MultiBay II USB Cable as it will
                                               also power the device.
2             MultiBay II                      Supports 80 GB HDD, DVD +/- RW, DVD/CD-RW &
                                               DVD-ROM.

3             ExpressCard Slot                 The ExpressCard Standard is the next generation of PC
                                               Card technology.




Update                                                 16                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                        HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.3.4      Port Replicator Back Components

            1      2       3                 4




                                                                                                                 16


           6
  5                                                      10                         14
                  7              8               9
                                                                        12                  15
                                                              11             13

                               Figure 2.3.4.a – Port Replicator Back Components

Item            Description                          Notes
1               Audio line out port                  Mini-phone 3.5 mm
2               6 pin mini-DIN                       Generic mouse port
3               Monitor Stand Port                   Connects an optional HP Monitor Stand to the docking
                                                     station.
4               Parallel Port                        IEEE 1284 (ECP/EPP) – 25 pin D-Sub
5               Cable Locking Device
6               Audio line-in port                   Mini-phone 3.5 mm
7               6 pin mini-DIN                       Generic keyboard port
8               9 pin D-Sub (HD-15)                  Serial RS-232
9               Display/Video port                   Standard 15 pin HD D-Sub
10              Display/Video port                   S-video output – 4 pin mini-DIN
11              Display/Video port                   Composite video output - RCA
12              Display/Video port                   DVI-Digital – 24 pin
13              Power
14              Modem port                           RJ-11 phone line
15              Network port                         RJ 45 network
16              USB Ports (2)                        2.0 USB Ports




Update                                                        17                                 ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.4       Using the Tablet PC while Docked
The HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC docks the same as the HP Laptops. With the tablet closed,
align the line on the center of the tablet with the line on the port replicator and snap the tablet in
to place. Figure 2.4.a.




                                       Figure 2.4.a – Docking the Tablet PC
When docked, the Tablet PC functions the same as a standard PC or docked laptop. When at the
CONTROL-ALT-DELETE screen, you will see the on-screen keyboard on the Tablet PC monitor as
well as the external monitor. You can ignore the keyboard, and log on to WINDOWS as you
normally do. Anytime you press the <shift> key, you will see that key highlight on the on-screen
keyboard.
2.5       Using the Tablet PC as a Notebook Computer
The tablet PC functions as a notebook computer in the same way as the HP laptops do. Press the
display release latch to lift the display. See figure 2.5.a




         Press to open



                                       Figure 2.5.a – Display Release Latch




Update                                                 18                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                       HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.6        Using the Tablet PC Undocked, as a Notepad
With the tablet PC undocked and display open, rotate the display clockwise 180 degrees (Figure
2.6.a), until it snaps into place. Close the lid. The notebook computer is now in tablet PC mode.




                                             Figure 2.6.a – Swivel the Display
2.7        Tablet PC External Devices
The TC4200 Tablets are shipped with an external DVD/CD-RW drive
A special pronged USB cable, referred to as an External MultiBay II USB Cable, shipped with
the external DVD/CD-RW allows you to connect the device to the Tablet PC and power the
device through the Tablet PC’s power source.
An external power adapter is also included which will allow you to connect the DVD/CD-RW
device through a regular USB port and apply external power to the drive.
         If you are connecting the External DVD/CD-RW to your computer using the standard USB
         cable, you must also connect the DVD/CD-RW to AC power. If you are using the External
         MultiBay II USB Cable, connecting to AC power is not necessary.




Update                                                      19                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                            HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



2.7.1      HP External USB MultiBay Cradle 2.0
To connect the External DVD/CD-RW using the External MultiBay II USB Cable:
     •    Connect the single-connector end of the External MultiBay II USB Cable (Item 1, Figure
          2.7.1.a) to the USB Powered port on either the tablet or the port replicator. The powered
          USB port on the tablet is shown in figure 2.2.4.a. The powered USB port on the port
          replicator is shown in figure 2.3.3.a. Be sure the connector pin is inserted completely in
          the pin slot.
     •    Connect the USB connector on the other end of the cable (Item 2, Figure 2.7.1.a) to the
          USB connector on the External DVD/CD-RW.
     •    Connect the 5-volt plug (Item 3, Figure 2.7.1.a) to the power connector on the External
          DVD/CD-RW.



                       3

                                                                                  1
                       2




                      Figure 2.7.1.a – External DVD/CD-RW-Powered USB Cable

2.7.1.1 Using the Standard USB Cable
     •    Plug the AC Adapter cable into the power connector on the back of the External
          DVD/CD-RW.
     •    Plug the prong adapter into an electrical outlet.
     •    Connect one end of the standard USB cable to the USB connector on the External
          DVD/CD-RW.
     •    Connect the other end to any USB connector on the computer.

2.7.1.2 Disconnecting the External DVD/CD-RW
To disconnect the External DVD/CD-RW from the computer:
     •    If you are connected to AC power, unplug the power cable from the electrical outlet, and
          then unplug the AC Adapter cable from the External DVD/CD-RW.
     •    Unplug the USB cable from the computer.



Update                                             20                                 ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                        HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




2.8       Powering on the TC4200 Tablet PC
To power on the tablet when docked in the port replicator, press <power> button on the port
replicator down. The power button on the port replicator is shown in Figure 2.3.1.a
To power on the tablet when in tablet or notebook mode, slide the <power> switch forward. The
power switch is shown in Figure 2.2.3.a
         To protect your work and the system, the <CTRL>+<ALT>+<DELETE> command cannot be
          entered using the <Ctrl>, <Alt>, and <Del> keys on the on-screen keyboard
      1. Press the <Windows Security > Button, Figure 2.2.2.a to enter the Ctrl-Alt-Delete
         sequence.
      2. Using the pen, tap the keystrokes that correspond with your login information. When
         capitalization is required, pressing the <Shift> key on the on-screen keyboard will
         capitalize only the next character typed unless you press the <Caps> key.




Update                                         21                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                              HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




3        Installing CCE Image on Tablet PC
The build can be either CD based or Server based. Refer to the instructions in the ITS
Workstation Build Guide, Version 1.1 dated August 17, 2005 to complete the build of the
tablet.
                Be sure that you are using XP Floppy Image 01_12_01 or greater and the Tablet
                Build CD XP_01_12 or greater to complete the build of the HP TC4200 Tablet PC.
                When completing the floppy image, the TC4200 Tablet PC will be a build number 53
Attach the external DVD/CD-RW drive according to the instructions in section 2.7.1.
3.1       Change Boot Order and Disable Bluetooth
You will need to change the boot order on the tablet PC to allow the machine to boot from CD:
         1.    Turn tablet on. At HP Invent screen press the F10 key (You may have to press
               repeatedly).
         2.    Use arrow keys to navigate. Arrow right to Advanced.
         3.    Arrow down to Boot Options. Press Enter to select.
         4.    Arrow down to MultiBoot. Press right arrow to enable.
         5.    Arrow down to USB CDROM. Press right or left arrow until it shows as First.
         6.    Press F10 to accept.
         7.    Arrow down to Device Options. Press Enter to select.
         8.    Arrow down to Embedded Bluetooth Device Radio. Press Right Arrow to Disable
         9.    Press F10 to Exit.
         10. Make sure Save Changes and Exit is highlighted. Press Enter to select.
         11. Press F10 to save and exit.
                The installation will appear to hang on the found new hardware wizard when
                installing windows. It continues to load drivers and this screen will eventually
                disappear.
3.2       CD-Rom Drive Not Assigned Properly on CD Based Build of
          Tablet
Symptoms: On occasion when performing a CD based build on Tablet PC the system will not
configure the CD-ROM drive as Drive D. The system will return you to a logon window where
you will either have to log on as Administrator with the Richard.Irontree password or it will
require you to log on as Administrator and the password is set to password. You will then
receive a taillog.txt file as the follows:
2005-07-01-10:00:44 INFO - Returned from C:\cassle\temp\admpwd\install.cmd
Change Account Passwords




Update                                              22                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



2005-07-01-10:00:44 INFO - Skipping the next 1 line(s) after Iffalse
c:\cassle\temp\ouinfo.txt=exist
2005-07-01-10:00:44 INFO - Skipping chainto - c:\cassle\temp\jdom.csl
2005-07-01-10:00:44 INFO - Share Changed to D: XP_U2a_0K
2005-07-01-10:00:45 FATAL - Drive D: Unavailable after verification request
In addition, after a server based build, you may not have access to the D drive.
Resolution:
         1.    Close out the logtail.txt file.
         2.    Click on [ Start ] and right click on [ My Computer ]
         3.    Click on [ Manage ]
         4.    Click on [ Disk Management ]
         5.    Drill down to locate the CD-ROM Drive. You will notice there is no Drive Letter
               assigned.




                                       Figure 3.2.a – No Drive Letter Screen
         6.    Right click on the area displaying the CD-ROM that is in the drive (indicates
               healthy).
         7.    Select [ Change Drive Letter and Paths ]




                           Figure 3.2.b – Change Drive Letter and Paths Screen
         8.    At the Change Drive Letters and Paths screen click on [ Add ]




Update                                                  23                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                          Figure 3.2.c – Change Drive Letter and Paths… Screen
         9.    Set the Drive Letter to [ D ] and then click on [ OK ]




                                Figure 3.2.d – Add Drive Letter or Path Screen
         10. Close out of Disk Management and Computer Mangement.
         11. Insert Update 2 CD-ROM A and then click on [ Start ] [Run ] and type:
             D:\xp\setupjobs\xpstart.csl and click on [ OK ] and then click on [ OK ] again.
The Cassle job will take off and start copying CD-ROM A to the hard drive and will continue the
update.
3.3       Supplemental Applications for the TC4200 Tablet Build
Once the build has completed on the TC4200, there are several packages to be loaded to activate
the functionality of the tablet buttons and other hardware:
Sonic RecordNow! v7.2                   The RecordNow software allows you to create CD’s. The
                                        instructions to load this software are shown in section 3.3.1.

Qmenu V3.0                              Qmenu is a software package that allows you to utilize the
                                        functions of many of the tablet PC buttons as well as configuring
                                        your desktop, external hardware and etc.



Update                                                    24                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                  HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



Quick Launch Buttons                    This software package activates the Info and Presentation Buttons
                                        and installs the software to configure them.
                A newsflash will be released indicating the installation method for both the Qmenu
                and Quick Launch Button software packages.
InterVideo WinDVD                       The InterVideo WinDVD software and installation guide are
                                        located on the Team Services website. You will need to download
                                        and install SP29557_NC62300.zip.
3.3.1      Installation of Sonic RecordNow!
The Sonic RecordNow! Software must be installed from the CD received with the shipment.
         1.    Insert the CD in the tablet’s CD-RW/DVD drive and click [ Start ]               [ Run ] and
               enter D:\setup. Click [ OK ].
         2.    The following screen will be displayed. You can hold your mouse over any icon to
               see what it does




                                                                                                   Install
                                                                                                   It Now



                           Figure 3.3.1.a – Sonic RecordNow! Installation Menu
         3.    Click the Install It Now button to begin installation. Follow the screen prompts to
               install the software. The Customer Information screen will default the needed
               information, Figure 3.3.1.b. Click [ Next ] to accept.




Update                                                   25                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                             HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                      Figure 3.3.1.b – Sonic RecordNow! Registration Information
         4.    When the installation is complete, click the Exit the Browser button, Figure 3.3.1.c.




                                                                                  Exit the Browser




                           Figure 3.3.1.c – Sonic RecordNow! Installation Menu




Update                                             26                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




4        Logging on to Windows for the First Time
4.1       Welcome to the Tablet PC Computing Tutorial
         1.    The first time you log on to the tablet, the WELCOME TO TABLET PC COMPUTING tutorial
               will automatically launch (Figure 4.1.a).
                This tutorial requires the use of the Tablet PC pen.




                            Figure 4.1.a – Welcome to Tablet Computing Screen
                Each user of the Tablet PC needs to take the time to go through this tutorial. It
                reviews proper use of the Tablet PC pen, walks you through the pen settings, and
                allows you to practice using the pen. The tutorial also reviews the Tablet PC Input
                Panel, keyboard and writing pad, and shows how these items interact with other
                WINDOWS based programs. If you exit the tutorial, you can access it again through
                the menus:
         2.    Click [ Start ]        [ All Programs ]   [ Get Going with Tablet PC ].




Update                                                   27                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




5        Tablet PC Input Panel
5.1       On-Screen Keyboard
Once you are logged on to WINDOWS, and have closed the WELCOME TO TABLET PC COMPUTING
tutorial, the TABLET PC INPUT PANEL application displays a keyboard on the screen (Figure 5.1.a).




                                       Figure 5.1.a – Tablet PC Input Panel
                The on-screen keyboard simulates the functions of an optional keyboard.




                                                                To close the keyboard,
                                                                with either a mouse or
                                                                the pen, press the red X
                                                                in the upper right hand
                                                                corner of the keyboard.




                         Figure 5.1.b – Close Keyboard

                To utilize the features of the keyboard or writing pad, first open the application you
                wish to send text to. The input panel will function with all WINDOWS based programs
                that allow text to be inserted.
There are two ways to launch the on-screen keyboard:
     •    With the Tablet PC set up in portrait position, tap the <Tablet PC Input Panel> launch
          button (Figure 5.1.c) with the pen.
                                                       OR
     •    Tap the [ Tablet PC Input Panel ] icon on the task bar in WINDOWS (Figure 5.1.d).



Update                                                 28                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                            HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




          Tablet PC
          Input Panel
          Launch
          Button


             Figure 5.1.c – Tablet PC Input Panel
                        Launch Button                         Figure 5.1.d – Input Panel Icon


To type, tap a key.
     •    To switch the keys displayed in the top row between number keys and function keys, tap
          [ Func ].
     •    To enter the CTRL+ALT+DELETE command, press the <Windows Security> button (Figure
          2.2.2.a) on the Tablet PC with the pen tip.
     •    When typing text using the Keyboard function of the TABLET PC INPUT PANEL, the typed
          text is immediately inserted into the application that you have open (Figure 5.1.e). The
          following illustration shows that MICROSOFT WORD 2003 is open. As each letter is tapped
          on the INPUT PANEL KEYBOARD, it is immediately inserted into the WORD program.




                                   Figure 5.1.e – MS Word 2003 Sample Text


Update                                               29                            ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                               HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



5.1.1      Customizing the Input Panel
You can customize the Tablet PC INPUT PANEL to suit your preferences and writing habits.
     •    Add lines to the writing pad to write more words before inserting text.
     •    Move the INPUT PANEL to the position that works best for you.
     •    Choose whether the character recognizer and quick keys appear on the right or left of the
          writing area.
     •    Create more room on your desktop by hiding the input panel pen input area, or limiting
          the size of the TEXT PREVIEW pane.
     •    Choose how and when your Tablet PC computer recognizes your handwriting.
                These options are available under the Tools menu of the INPUT PANEL
                (Figure 5.1.1.a).




                                     Figure 5.1.1.a – Input Panel Tools Menu
Speech:             This option toggles the speech recognition portion of the INPUT PANEL on and off.
                    Speech recognition must be configured prior to use.
Text Preview: This option opens up a one or two line writing area above the INPUT PANEL. When
              the keyboard option is selected, keys that are tapped will preview in this area.
              When the writing pad is selected, your handwriting will be converted to text and
              preview in this area. Previewed text must be sent to the open application.
Dock:               When checked, the keyboard will attach to the bottom of your screen and will not
                    cover any open windows. When unchecked, the keyboard will float so you can
                    move it anywhere on the screen and adjust its size.
Options:            When selected opens up the options menus for the writing pad, writing tools,
                    write anywhere, speech and pen input areas of the TABLET PC INPUT PANEL.




Update                                                 30                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                   Figure 5.1.1.b –Input Panel Optional Icons
     • Write Anywhere:                  Allows you to write anywhere on the screen and send the
                                        converted text into your open application.
     • Quick Keys:                      Include many of the same keys that you find on a standard
                                        keyboard, including <enter>, <backspace>, <delete>, and the
                                        <navigation arrows>. Quick Keys also includes a
                                        <right-click> key that functions the same way as the right-click of a
                                        mouse.
     • Symbols:                         Includes special characters, symbols and punctuation marks. The
                                        SYMBOLS PAD can be especially useful for entering spreadsheet
                                        calculations and web site addresses.
     • Hide Pen Input Area: When pressed will hid the keyboard or writing pad of the input
                            panel, freeing up more room on the desktop. When this option is
                            selected, all you will see is the TABLET PC INPUT PANEL title bar on
                            the screen.
                The Write Anywhere, Quick Keys, Symbols and Hide Pen Input area are optional
                icons on the Title Bar that can be set in the tools-options area (Figure 5.1.1.b).




Update                                                    31                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                               HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



5.1.2      Writing Pad
The Writing Pad tab on the TABLET PC INPUT PANEL allows you to use the Tablet PC pen and
handwrite information, which is then converted into text and sent into your open application.
To open the writing pad, with the TABLET PC INPUT PANEL on the screen, press
the Writing Pad tab.
         1.    You can optionally set up to two lines of handwriting in the screen.
         2.    It is also possible to set the delay at which your handwritten text is inserted into your
               open application, or you can have it set to insert manually, only when you press the
               [ send ] button.
         3.    The drop down menu next to the [ send ] button will allow you to send your
               handwritten information as either text or ink.
5.1.3      Write Anywhere
With the WRITE ANYWHERE feature, you can use most of the screen on your Tablet PC computer as
a writing area. This is especially useful for longer writing tasks, such as taking meeting notes.
         1.    The WRITE ANYWHERE feature converts your text into typed text and inserts it into your
               open application. You can use the WRITE ANYWHERE feature to enter text anywhere that
               you can use a standard keyboard to type text.
         2.    To display the WRITE ANYWHERE feature on the TABLET PC INPUT PANEL title bar, you must
               go into options and check the box to display the [ write anywhere ] button (Figure
               5.1.3.a).




                                       Figure 5.1.3.a – Write Anywhere Tab
Other options available are: setting the ink thickness and color of your pen, setting the delay
before your handwritten text is automatically inserted into your open application, and setting the
size and border color of your writing area.




Update                                                 32                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                      HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



         3.    To use WRITE ANYWHERE, tap the write anywhere icon on the tablet pc input panel,
               figure 5.1.3.b
                                             Figure 5.1.3.b – Write Anywhere


                         Write Anywhere
                         Launch Button

5.1.4      Speech
Speech recognition is a computer feature that converts spoken words into typed text or voice
commands.
     •    By using a microphone, you can speak to your Tablet PC computer either to dictate or
          give commands.
               o Dictate to your computer to enter text into any program.
               o Use voice commands to correct any errors, format text that you have dictated, or
                 control any windows based program.
     •    Speaking to your computer is often easier and quicker than using the Tablet PC pen to
          enter text.
               o It may also be more comfortable, allowing you to rest your hands and wrists.
               o Dictating to your computer enables you to save thoughts or ideas immediately,
                 before you forget them.
     •    You can use your computer's speech feature and Tablet PC pen at the same time.
               o Use the microphone to enter text.
               o Use the pen to correct and format the text.
     •    Before you can use speech to enter text or to control your computer, you must display the
          speech bar. The speech bar contains the menu and buttons that you use to control the
          speech feature (Figure 5.1.4.a).
     •    When you use speech the first time, you are prompted to set up your microphone and
          train the computer to recognize your voice.
               o You will be prompted to go through tutorials that will train the Tablet PC to
                 recognize your voice.
               o This is required for speech recognition to function properly.
     •    To use Speech, click [ Tools ]             [ Speech ]   [ Start Speech ].




Update                                                      33                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                              HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                  Figure 5.1.4.a – Input Panel Speech Feature
                An external microphone is required for speech recognition to train properly.
TABLET PC INPUT PANEL speech has two different speech modes: dictation and voice command.
Understanding the speech modes and how they work is important so that your computer is
listening for the right thing at the right time (Figure 5.1.4.b).




                                   Figure 5.1.4.b – Speech Recognition Modes
     •    When you use dictation mode, your computer listens to everything you say and changes
          your words to text.
     •    When you use voice command mode, your computer listens for specific words that
          correspond to an existing list of available voice commands. You can say "What Can I
          Say" at any time to display the list of available voice commands for the program that you
          are currently using.
     •    Most voice commands are available only in voice command mode.
     •    However, a small set of commands can be used only in dictation mode.

Update                                                34                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                       HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




     •    In addition, you can make some editing voice commands available in both modes.
     •    It's convenient to use this set of editing commands while you are dictating, but the
          accuracy of speech recognition may be lower as a result.
     •    Sections 5.1.4.1 and 5.1.4.2 describe some basic voice commands that control windows.
          These commands operate all WINDOWS-based programs.
     •    If you want to see a contextual list of available voice commands for the program that you
          are currently using, say "What Can I Say" and expand the category that relates to what
          you want to do.

5.1.4.1 Switching Between Open Programs
         To:                                          Say This:                        Example:
         Switch to another open program               Switch to <program name>         Switch to WORD


                You can say the full program name or any part of the program name that
                distinguishes it from other open programs.
To open MICROSOFT OFFICE programs, you need to say the full menu path to the program:
         1.    Say “[ Start ]    [ All Programs ]         [ Microsoft Office ]     [ Microsoft Application
               (word, excel, etc) 2003 ]”.
         2.    Once the program is opened, you can use the “Switch to” command.

5.1.4.2 Menu commands
Menu commands depend on the particular program that you are using. Table 5.1.4.2 shows
several examples of common menus.
Pause after you say a menu name to give the program time to open the menu. When the menu is
open, you can say a command listed on the menu.
                If you are unfamiliar with the menus in the program you are using, you may want to
                make a list of them to keep near your computer. Say "What Can I Say" to see a list of
                available commands.
                                             Table 5.1.4.2 – Menu Commands
                                    To                         Say this
                                    Open a new file            File, New
                                    Save a file                File, Save
                                    Close a file               File, Close
                                    Close the program          File, Exit


                You cannot activate speech recognition until a WINDOWS based application such as
                MICROSOFT WORD is open.

Update                                                    35                                  ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




5.2       Quick Launch Buttons
Configuring the Quick Launch Button Properties
         1.    Open the Quick Launch Buttons control panel:
         2.    Select [ Start ]        [ Control Panel ]    [ Quick Launch Buttons ] or

               Select the Quick Launch Buttons icon              in the system tray.
         3.    Select the Advanced tab, Figure 5.2.a




                             Figure 5.2.a – Quick Launch Button Configuration
         4.    On the Advanced tab. Check options as desired. To save your preferences and close
               the display, click [ OK ].
Ambient Light Sensor: The tablet PC features a built-in light sensor that enables the tablet PC
                      to automatically adjust the screen brightness according to the ambient
                      lighting level. When the lighting of your environment changes, the
                      ambient light sensor detects the change and automatically adjusts the
                      screen brightness.

You can turn the ambient light sensor on and off in 3 ways:
............. ■ By pressing fn+f11

............■ Through the Quick Launch Buttons control panel, figure 5.2.a

............■ By using the Quick Launch Buttons icon in the system tray




Update                                                     36                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




5.2.1      Presentation Mode
     The Presentation Mode Button is shown in Item 1, Figure 2.2.7.a.

         Starts Presentation mode, which optimizes for an external monitor or projects and opens
         a user-defined program such as Microsoft PowerPoint.

The Presentation mode button toggles Presentation mode on and off. Turning Presentation mode
on opens an application, folder, file, or Web site that you specify. The image simultaneously
displays on the tablet PC screen and on an external device connected to the external monitor port
or S-Video-out jack on the rear panel, or to display ports and jacks on an optional docking
device. When you first select the Presentation mode button, the Presentation Settings dialog box
displays. In this dialog box, you can:

     •    Set the program to start when the button is pressed.
     •    Choose a power scheme.
     •    Choose whether you want to show the Presentation Settings dialog box each time you
          press Presentation mode button.
                If you do not select this option, each time you press the Presentation mode button,
                the Presentation Settings dialog box displays and you have to select Continue to
                open the program, application, folder, file, or Web site you have selected to start
                when the button is pressed.

     •    Automatically switch to an external display.

You can modify the Presentation mode settings using the Quick Launch Button control panel.
         1.    Open the Quick Launch Buttons control panel:
         2.    Select [ Start ]        [ Control Panel ]    [ Quick Launch Buttons ] or

               Select the Quick Launch Buttons icon              in the system tray.
         3.    Select the Presentation Tab, Figure 5.2.1.a




Update                                                     37                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                             Figure 5.2.1.a – Presentation Button Configuration
         4.    To set an application, folder, file, or Web site to start when the Presentation mode
               button is pressed:

               In the box under Program to Start, add the application, folder, file, or Web site you
               want to start when the Presentation mode button is pressed, or select Browse to view
               available applications, folders, files, or Web sites. To save your preferences and
               close the display, select [ OK ].

5.2.1.1 Changing the Power Scheme
By default the Presentation power scheme is selected when the Presentation mode button is
pressed. To change the power scheme:
Open the Quick Launch Buttons control panel:
         1.    Select [ Start ]        [ Control Panel ]    [ Quick Launch Buttons ] or

               Select the Quick Launch Buttons icon              in the system tray.
         2.    Select the Presentation Tab.,




Update                                                     38                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



         3.    Select Power Options to open the Microsoft Power Options control panel to view or
               change the current power scheme (Figure 5.2.1.1.a).




                                    Figure 5.2.1.1.a – Power Scheme Options
         4.    To save your preferences and close the display, select [ OK ].
         5.    Showing the Welcome Screen, Figure 5.2.1.1.b, you can choose to show the Quick
               Launch Buttons Properties dialog box each time you press the Presentation mode
               button. By default, this option is turned off. To turn it on, select the check box next to
               Show Welcome Screen when Presentation mode button is pressed.




                                                                    Welcome Screen
                                                                    Option




                                                                      External Display
                                                                      Option




                            Figure 5.2.1.1.b – Presentation Mode Configuration


Update                                                39                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



         6.    Switching to an External Display, Figure 5.2.1.1.b. By default, the Automatically
               switch to external display setting in the Presentation tab is not selected. When you
               press the Presentation mode button, the application, folder, file, or Web site you
               selected in the Program to Start setting opens. If you select the Automatically
               switch to external display setting and press the Presentation mode button, the display
               is switched to the external display connected to your tablet PC and the application,
               folder, file, or Web site you selected in the Program to Start setting opens.

5.2.1.2 Using Quick Tile
Quick Tile enables you to quickly organize and view open windows on your desktop.
         1.    Open the Quick Launch Buttons control panel:
         2.    Select [ Start ]        [ Control Panel ]    [ Quick Launch Buttons ] or

               Select the Quick Launch Buttons icon              in the system tray.
         3.    Select the Quick Tile Tab, Figure 5.2.1.2.a




                                   Figure 5.2.1.2.a – Quick Tile Configuration
         4.    Select the vertical tile or horizontal tile option.
         5.    Select the software to include from the Applications currently running list.
         6.    Click [ OK ].




Update                                                     40                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                  HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




5.2.1.3 Using Zoom
The Zoom function allows you to easily change operating system and application font and icon
settings.
          1.   Open the Quick Launch Buttons control panel:
          2.   Select [ Start ]          [ Control Panel ]    [ Quick Launch Buttons ] or


               Select the Quick Launch Buttons icon            in the system tray.
          3.   Select the [ Zoom ] Tab, Figure 5.2.1.3.a




                                      Figure 5.2.1.3.a – Zoom Configuration
          4.   Use the sliders to adjust applications and fonts as needed. Check the Synchronize OS
               and Applications Settings box to change the operating system and the application
               settings simultaneously. Click [ OK ] to apply the change.
5.2.2      Info Center Button
     The Info Center Buttons is shown in Item 6, Figure 2.2.3.a.

         Opens the Info Center. This enables you to view a list of commonly used software
         solutions, Figure 5.2.2.a.




Update                                                   41                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                 HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                     Figure 5.2.2.a – Info Center Main Menu
Contact HP: Figure 5.2.2.b - Needs to be checked with tablet online. At this point it’s
bringing up a detailed system info summary that I believe would be needed if a person
were instructed to contact HP directly, or possibly info needed when creating a magic
ticket




                                             Figure 5.2.2.b – Contact HP
Help and Support: Figure 5.2.2.c – Both online and offline support topics are
available to familiarize you with the tablet PC


Update                                                   42                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                   HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                         Figure 5.2.2.c – Help and Support
HP Wireless Assistant – Figure 5.2.2.d – Allows you to view configuration devices for wireless
devices




                                Figure 5.2.2.d – Status of Wireless Connections
System Information – Figure 5.2.2.e gives a short summary of the system. Clicking on
the advanced button gives a more detailed listing, Figure 5.2.2.f.




Update                                                  43                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                 HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                         Figure 5.2.2.e – System Summary




                                   Figure 5.2.2.f – Detailed System Summary
5.3       Sticky Notes
You can use STICKY NOTES the same way that you use a paper sticky note—to retain names, phone
numbers, simple maps with directions, and other information that you need to write quickly and
keep easily available. You can also use a microphone to record information. A sticky note can
contain both writing and recording.
For convenience and quick access, sticky notes are kept in a single stack that you can make
"stick" to your desktop, always visible and available. In addition, you can copy and paste sticky
notes into other programs and import and export your stack of sticky notes.



Update                                                 44                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                   HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



To start STICKY NOTES:
         1.    Click [ Start ]        [ All Programs ]   [ Tablet PC ]   [ Sticky Notes ].
         2.    To set your options to automatically open STICKY NOTES at startup and keep on top of
               your screen, once the application is launched (Figure 5.2.a) click [ Tools ]
               [ Options ].
         3.    Place checkmarks according to your needs.




                                        Figure 5.3.a – Sticky Notes Options
5.3.1      Recording a Voice Note
The MICROSOFT STICKY NOTES voice feature is an additional way to retain information. You can
record a new voice note or add your voice to a written note.
To create a voice note:
         1.    In the lower-right corner, tap [ New Note ].
                Use the current note if the button is unavailable.
         2.    In the lower-left corner (Figure 5.2.1.a), tap [ Record ].
         3.    Speak into your computer microphone.
         4.    When you finish recording, tap [ Stop ].
                When you tap [ Record ], the date and time appear in the title bar. You can record a
                maximum of 30 seconds. The position of the slider indicates how much recording
                time remains.




Update                                                   45                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                   HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                     Figure 5.3.1.a – Recording a Sticky Note
          Warning! A voice sticky note does NOT convert to text. It stores as a recorded note.

5.4       Windows Journal
In WINDOWS JOURNAL, you can use the Tablet PC pen to write information and save it in a note.
You can convert your writing to typed text, and you can enter typed text into your notes. You can
create drawings in your notes and insert pictures.
To start Windows Journal:
           1. Click [ Start ]            [ Windows Journal ].
                By turning on all toolbars, it’s easier to switch between colors of ink, highlight and
                make formatting changes with the tap of your pen.
5.4.1      To turn on toolbars in Windows Journal:
To turn on toolbars in WINDOWS JOURNAL:
         1.    Click [ View ]           [ Toolbars ].
         2.    Place checkmarks next to the toolbars you with to access. Figure 5.3.1.a shows all
               toolbars turned on in JOURNAL.




                                             Figure 5.4.1.a – Toolbar View



Update                                                    46                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                              HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



5.4.2      Changing the Template
WINDOWS JOURNAL defaults to the “To Do” Template, although several templates are available, or
you can create your own. To change the template,
         1.    Click [ File ]         [ New Note from Template ]
         2.    You can change the default template under the Options menu by clicking
               [ Tools ] [ Options ].
         3.    Once the program is opened, using your pen, you can begin to take notes as needed.
               (Figure 5.4.2.a).




                           Figure 5.4.2.a – Windows Journal “To Do” Template
         4.    Handwriting inserted into the title line of any note will default to the file name when
               the note is saved.
         5.    JOURNAL notes are saved by default in JOURNAL NOTE format (.jnt). If you want to save a
               note as a template, you can also save it in JOURNAL TEMPLATE format (.jtp).
         6.    Exporting a note allows it to be read on a computer that does not have MICROSOFT
               WINDOWS JOURNAL. When you export a note, you can save it in one of two formats:
               o Web archive (.mht): A Web archive file contains both HTML and images and can
                 be opened in INTERNET EXPLORER 5.0 and later. It cannot be opened and edited in
                 JOURNAL.
               o Tagged Image File Format (.tif): A TIFF file can be opened in most graphics
                 programs, but cannot be opened and edited in JOURNAL. TIFF files are usually
                 smaller than Web archive files, especially for notes with many pages.
5.4.3      Convert ink into text
In WINDOWS JOURNAL, you can convert ink into typed text and then paste the text into another
program. You can also replace the original ink with the converted text in a text box.
         1.    On the Pen toolbar, tap [ Selection Tool ].
         2.    Draw a loop around the ink that you want to select.


Update                                                47                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                      HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



         3.    On the Actions menu, tap [ Convert Handwriting to Text ].
         4.    Set options, if necessary.
         5.    In the Text Correction dialog box, tap [ Options ].
         6.    Tap to select or clear either of the following two options:
              • Preserve line breaks from notes. If your selection consists of several lines, these
                lines are preserved in the Converted text box and in the output text. Select this
                option when you are converting writing in which line breaks are important, such as
                a list or a poem. Clear this option when you are converting paragraphs in which the
                line breaks are unimportant.
              • Display converted text in large font. The text in the Converted text box appears in a
                large font. This does not affect the size of the output text.
         7.    Correct your text by using the Alternative list.
         8.    In the Converted text box, tap a word that is recognized incorrectly (Figure 5.4.3.a).




                                             Figure 5.4.3.a – Text Correction
                If a word is marked with a green background, it is likely that you need to correct it.
         9.    The handwriting that corresponds to the word you tapped appears in the Ink from
               Note box. The handwriting is also selected in your note to provide context for the text
               that you are correcting.
         10. In the Alternative box, look for the correct word. If you find it, tap the word, and
             then tap [ Change ]. If necessary, enter the correct text.
         11. In the Text Correction dialog box, in the Converted text box, drag to select a word.
             You can also tap to set an insertion point.
         12. In INPUT PANEL, use the on-screen keyboard to correct your text.
         13. Tap [ OK ]. A new Text Correction dialog box appears that provides conversion
             choices.




Update                                                     48                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



         14. Select one of the following options:
              • Copy to the Clipboard. This option allows you to paste your text into another
                program. The handwriting in your note remains untouched.
              • Insert in the same Journal note. This option inserts your converted text into a text
                box in your note. Your original handwriting is deleted.
         15. Tap [ Finish ].
              • If you chose to copy your corrected text to the CLIPBOARD, you can paste the text
                into any program.
              • If you chose to insert your corrected text into a text box, the original ink is deleted
                and the text box is inserted in its place.
              • If you want to convert all of the handwriting on a page to text, you can first select
                all of the handwriting by using [ Select All ] on the Edit menu.
                You can convert only ink from a pen into text. You cannot convert ink from a
                highlighter.

                You can convert ink into text only when handwriting recognition is turned on. You
                can turn on or turn off handwriting recognition on the Other tab in the Options
                dialog box.
5.4.4      Viewing and Organizing Notes
         1.    To view recent notes, tap [ View-Recent Notes ] on the Standard toolbar.
         2.    A list of your recent notes appears.
         3.    You can sort the notes in the note list to make it easier to find a particular note.
         4.    In the Note List pane, tap the [ View Notes ] arrow and then select a view type from
               the list.
         5.    To sort your notes further, tap a column heading.
5.4.5      Modifying Notes

5.4.5.1 To Insert Space:
You can insert space into your notes by clicking the [ Insert/Remove Space ] on the Pen Toolbar.
                You can use this option when modifying an existing note to add more information, or
                if you discover you need to insert information into a currently open note.
         1.    Tap the [ Insert/Remove Space ] icon (Figure 5.3.1.a) on the Pen toolbar.
         2.    Press the tip of the pen in the note where you want to insert space and then drag
               downward.
         3.    If you insert too much space, you can remove it by tapping the [ Insert/Remove Space
               ] icon on the Pen toolbar.
         4.    Press the tip of the pen in the note where you want to insert space and then drag
               upward.

Update                                                49                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                              HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



5.4.5.2 To Erase
         1.    Tap Eraser icon (Figure 5.3.1.a) on the Pen toolbar, or cross out the information using
               the pen.
         2.    To switch back to the pen, tap the Pen icon (Figure 5.3.1.a) on the Pen toolbar.

5.4.5.3 Adding Pages in Notes
To add a new page, go to the last page of the note, and then tap the double arrow that is pointed
downward (Figure 5.4.5.3.a).




                                     Figure 5.4.5.3.a – Double Arrow Button
5.4.6      Marking up a Document Image
To mark up a document, first you create an image of it in JOURNAL.
         1.    On the PEN toolbar, tap [ Import ].
         2.    Browse to and tap the file that you want to create an image of and then tap [ Import
               ]. The document image opens in its original application and converts to a JOURNAL
               file. The file will then automatically open in JOURNAL.
         3.    JOURNAL saves the file with the same name as the original file.
                Before you begin marking up a document image, open it in full screen view to make
                it easier to read.
         4.    On the View menu, tap [ Full Screen ].
         5.    When you are ready to go back to the normal view, tap [ Full Screen ] on the View
               menu again.
                You can customize the pen top make your markup on the document image easier to
                read. Use different colors and thicknesses to circle handwriting or images, draw
                lines, or write comments in the margins.
         6.    On the Pen toolbar, tap the [ Pen arrow ] and then tap the type of pen you want to
               use.
                To select colors or thicknesses, tap the pen arrow on the pen toolbar, tap [ Pen
                Settings ], and then choose a color, thickness and style.




Update                                                50                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                               HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



5.4.7      Sharing Notes
To share a note with someone, first open JOURNAL and choose the note that you want to send.
         1.    On the File menu, tap [ Send to Mail Recipient ].
         2.    Choose the file format that is best suited for sharing with the person receiving your
               note (Figure 5.3.7.a).
         3.    Outlook will automatically open a message with the JOURNAL NOTE attached.




                                       Figure 5.4.7.a – Sending Attachment




Update                                                 51                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




6        Tablet PC Tutorials
6.1       Tutorials
Several other tutorials are available in addition to the Welcome to Tablet PC Computing tutorial
(Figure 6.1.a).




                                         Figure 6.1.a – Tablet PC Tutorials
The option to go through these tutorials will appear every time you log on until you check the
box next to [ Do not show me this again ].
If you have checked the box to not show the tutorial again and need to re-run it:
     •    Click [ Start ]        [ All Programs ]   [ Tablet PC ]   [ Tablet PC Tutorials ].
                These tutorials can either be played or run as text and images only.
6.1.1      Tablet PC Tutorial
In this tutorial, you will be given a basic overview on using the Tablet PC pen, the writing pad,
speech recognition, and WINDOWS JOURNAL. TABLET PC INPUT PANEL, STICKY NOTES, and Tablet PC
Pen and Screen settings are also covered.
                This tutorial will require use of the Tablet PC Pen.
You can use STICKY NOTES the same way that you use a paper sticky note—to retain names, phone
numbers, simple maps with directions, and other information that you need to write quickly and
keep easily available. You can also use a microphone to record information. A sticky note can
contain both writing and recording.
For convenience and quick access, sticky notes are kept in a single stack that you can make
"stick" to your desktop, always visible and available. In addition, you can copy and paste sticky
notes into other programs and import and export your stack of sticky notes.




Update                                                  52                                 ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                           HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



6.1.2      Windows Journal Tutorial
WINDOWS JOURNAL allows you to write directly on the tablet, store, organize and share notes.
This tutorial gives an overview of note taking in WINDOWS JOURNAL, including viewing and
organizing notes, modifying, converting and correcting notes, document markup and sharing
notes.
6.1.3      Input Panel Tutorial
Using the on-screen keyboard and writing pad are included in this tutorial. Correcting text and
customizing the input panel are also covered.
6.1.4      Speech Tutorial
This tutorial covers the tools to use speech recognition. Before you can use this function, you
must go through the speech training modules under control panel.
          An external microphone is required for speech recognition to function properly.




Update                                           53                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                      HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




7        QMenu Software
7.1       QMenu Options
         The QMenu puts many operations at your fingertips for convenient access and control. To
          open the QMenu, press the QMenu button located on the front on the tablet in a portrait
          setting, Figure 7.1.a, or press the Q icon in the system tray.2



                                                             QMenu Button




                                    Figure 7.1.a – Location of QMenu Button
The QMenu does not include an “Apply” button. When you change a setting, the change occurs
immediately. Tapping “OK” on the QMenu closes the window.
QMenu is a one-touch menu option installed to allow access to multiple features of the Tablet PC
(Figure7.1.b). To activate QMenu, using the pen, press the <Q> shown on the task bar of the
tablet. The QMenu can display up to 40 items. Several system-defined are displayed by default.
Additional system-defined and user-defined items can be added. Items on the QMenu are
managed from the Items to Display on the QMenu list.
The Items to Display on QMenu list can be accessed at any time by using either of the following
procedures:
         1.    Press the <QMenu> button or select the [ Q icon ] in the system tray, then select the [
               QMenu Settings ] item.
         2.    Click [ Start ]          [ Control Panel ]        [ QMenu Settings ].




Update                                                      54                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                 HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                              Figure 7.1.b - QMenu

                                       Table 6.1 - QMenu Options for Users
            Mute on/off:                      Manages system speakers
            Brightness:                       Adjusts Tablet PC monitor only
            Tablet Display:                   Shows internal Tablet PC only
            External Display:                 Shows external CRT or Projector only
            Dual Display:                     Shows Tablet PC screen as well as the external
                                              CRT or Projector with the same image and same
                                              rotation.
            Extended Desktop:                 This option extends the display from the Tablet
                                              PC screen onto the external monitor screen.
            Volume:
            Capture Screen :                  Performs a keyboard Print Screen
            Capture Window:                   Copies current window to clipboard. Similar to
                                              Keyboard ALT-Print Screen function.
            Power Control:                    Opens control panel power properties
            Presentation Mode On:             Performs the actions you have configured for the
                                              Presentation Button under Quick Launch settings.


            Portrait – Primary
            Landscape Primary
            Portrait Secondary
            Landscape Secondary
            Standby
            Hibernate
            Shutdown


Update                                                  55                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                 HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                       Table 6.1 - QMenu Options for Users
              Tablet PC Settings
              QMenu Settings


7.1.1      Removing a QMenu Item
To remove an item from the QMenu:
         1.    Press the <QMenu> button or select the [ Q icon ] in the system tray.
         2.    Select the [ QMenu Settings ] item.
         3.    On the Items to Display on the QMenu list, clear the check box for the item you want
               to remove.
         4.    Select [ Apply ]         [ OK ]. (The item is removed from the QMenu.)
7.1.2      Adding a QMenu Item
         1.    An item must be displayed on the Items to Display on QMenu list before it can be
               added to the QMenu.
         2.    The QMenu and the Items to Display on QMenu list can include no more than 40
               items.
         3.    If the list currently contains 40 items, the [ Add ] button is dimmed and unavailable.
         4.    If the [ Add ] button is unavailable, you must remove a listed item before you can add
               the new item.
7.1.3      Adding a Listed Item to the QMenu
To add an item from the Items to Display On QMenu list to the QMenu:
         1.    Press the <QMenu> button or select the [ Q icon ] in the system tray.
         2.    Select the [ QMenu Settings ] item.
         3.    Select the check box for the item you want to add.
         4.    Select the [ OK ] button. (The item is added to the QMenu.)
7.1.4      Adding an Unlisted Item to the QMenu
To add an item that is not on the Items to Display on QMenu list—for example, an item on a
drive, network, or the Internet—to both the Items to Display on QMenu list and to the QMenu:
         1.    Press the <QMenu> button or select the [ Q icon ] in the system tray.
         2.    Select the [ QMenu Settings ] item.
         3.    Select the [ Add ] button. (The ADD NEW MENU ENTRY window is displayed.)
         4.    In the ADD NEW MENU ENTRY window, you can add the item by typing or by browsing:
         5.    To add the item using an external keyboard, type a name for the item in the Display
               Name field and type the path to the item in the File Name field. If you prefer to type
               the Display Name, but browse for the File Name, leave the File Name field blank.

Update                                                  56                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                             HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



         6.    To add an item by browsing, select the [ Browse ] button beside the File Name field.
         7.    In the window, select the item. (The full name of the item is displayed in the File
               Name field and, if you did not type a name earlier in the Display Name field, a
               Display Name is generated from the item name and displayed in the Display Name
               field.)
         8.    Select [ Apply ]   [ OK ]. (The new item is added to the Items to Display on QMenu
               list and to the QMenu.)
         9.    To close the QMENU window, select [ OK ].




Update                                             57                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                  HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




8        Office 2003 and the Tablet PC
8.1       Office 2003 and the Tablet PC
         With the upgrade to OFFICE 2003, INK has been integrated into all OFFICE products.
You will notice the INSERT INK ANNOTATION icon on the formatting toolbar in all office applications
(Figure 8.1.a)




                                 Figure 8.1.a – Insert Ink Annotations Button
INK is integrated directly into programs in OFFICE 2003 Editions, allowing you to access more
functions and use ink more effectively for annotating and drawing within your files. INK
integration can help you:
• Add handwritten              Use your Tablet PC and digital pen to annotate slides and documents in
  notes to your                your own handwriting. Insert your handwritten notes with ease into WORD
  work                         2003, EXCEL 2003, OUTLOOK 2003, or POWERPOINT 2003.
                To annotate your e-mail messages in OUTLOOK 2003, you must use WORD 2003 as your
                e-mail editor.
• Show and hide                Use the Reviewing toolbar in WORD 2003, EXCEL 2003, and POWERPOINT 2003
  ink markup                   to show and hide ink markups the same way you can show or hide
                               comments and revisions in WORD. If you're using Track Changes, you can
                               selectively view annotations by each reviewer.
• Word 2003                    Mark up WORD 2003 documents in your own handwriting, annotate directly
                               in the document, or add canvases to insert ink text or drawings. (A canvas
                               is an ink area in your WORD document and you can draw anywhere inside
                               it.) You can also use ink in WORD 2003 comments. Using comments
                               ensures that your annotations remain anchored to the text referred to in the
                               comment, even when someone else edits your document later.
• Excel 2003                   Add ink annotations or drawings to EXCEL 2003 worksheets. You can use
                               digital ink to emphasize data in a worksheet or to add handwritten notes.
• PowerPoint 2003              Use digital ink to emphasize key points during a POWERPOINT 2003
                               presentation. Or you can add ink drawings and annotations while you're
                               working on slides to provide feedback or capture an idea. POWERPOINT 2003
                               has updated colors and types of pens to choose from, so your ink
                               comments stand out. You can also highlight parts of the presentation using
                               a new highlighter tool.


Update                                                  58                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                   HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




• Anchor your                  Keep the annotations next to the items you commented on—even when
  annotations                  you make changes to the file. IN EXCEL 2003, for example, annotations
                               move as you insert columns, so your ink comments remain over the
                               relevant item. In WORD 2003 your annotations are linked to paragraphs, so
                               when edits are made elsewhere in the document the ink annotations stay in
                               the correct place.
• Insert drawings              In addition to annotating directly in the document, you can insert
                               handwritten drawings in WORD 2003 as you would a picture or a text box.
                               You can use a canvas inside your document for making sketches, which
                               acts like an ink picture. You can have options such as wrapping text
                               around the ink or resizing the canvas.
• Choose from two              Use one ink toolbar for drawing and writing, and another for annotations.
  ink toolbars                 Each provides a set of ballpoint pens, felt-tip pens, and highlighters,
                               enabling you to change the color and width of your strokes.
• Copy and paste               Copy and paste ink annotations between programs
  objects


8.2       Ink Annotation Bar




                                         Figure 8.2.a – Ink Annotation Bar
• Annotation Pen:            Allows you to choose the type of pen you’d like to use in WORD 2003. Press
                             the drop down arrow to select from Ballpoint, Felt tip, or Highlighter.
• Eraser:                    Erases Ink
• Line Color:                Allows more you to select more ink colors.
• Line Style:                Allows you to select line thickness of your ink.
• Select Objects:            Allows you to select text or ink in your document and drag to another area.
• Show/Hide                  Allows you to show or hide all ink changes made to your document.
  Markup:


Update                                                  59                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                         HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




8.3       Ink Annotation in Word 2003
With the Tablet PC, you can use the Tablet PC pen to add to your MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD 2003
documents— in comments, in the content of a document, or as annotations about content that
already exists in the document.
8.3.1      Make handwritten comments
Use the INK COMMENT command to make handwritten comments. You can view and edit
handwritten comments in the comment balloon, and you can view them in the REVIEWING PANE.
Use the INK DRAWING AND WRITING command to create handwritten or hand-drawn content in the
document. For example, you can quickly sketch an idea or jot down a thought. You can resize or
move the ink in your document in the same way that you would work with a graphic, such as a
drawing object (drawing object: Any graphic you draw or insert, which can be changed and
enhanced. Drawing objects include AutoShapes, curves, lines, and WordArt) or a picture.
8.3.2      Annotate a document with handwriting
Use the INK ANNOTATIONS command to mark up the existing content of a document, similar to how
you would mark up a document that is printed on paper. You can imagine the INK ANNOTATION as a
separate layer of content, like an overlay, that you can show or hide.
8.3.3      Write directly in a document
The INK ANNOTATIONS toolbar includes buttons for marking up content and for showing and hiding
markup.




          Figure 8.3.3.a – Place Ink Annotations Directly on Content in the Document.
For the alignment of annotations and content to work, the layout of your document is important.
Therefore, it is recommended that you insert INK annotations in print layout view, especially if
you intend to print the annotations.




Update                                         60                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                            HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




         You can mark up a document with ink in reading layout view, but if you expect to print the
         document or share it with others, use ink comments, or be sure to click [ Actual Page ] on
         the Reading Layout toolbar before you add INK annotations (Figure 8.3.3.b).




                                             Figure 8.3.3.b
INK annotations are anchored to paragraphs, so that if you add or remove paragraphs before or
after the annotation, the annotation remains aligned correctly. However, if you add or remove
content in the same paragraph, change margins or font size, or make other changes that change
the layout of the document, the annotations may no longer align correctly. This is why the layout
of the document is locked when you use INK annotations in reading layout view.
8.4        Ink Annotation in Excel 2003
If you are using a Tablet PC and MICROSOFT OFFICE EXCEL 2003, you can use the Tablet PC pen to
add ink annotations or drawings to worksheets. You can use ink to emphasize data in a
worksheet or to add handwritten notes to the worksheet.
You can add ink anywhere in your worksheet by using INK annotations to make comments or
recommendations. INK annotations can be shown or hidden. In addition, you can use ink drawing
and writing to add a permanent hand-drawn or handwritten piece of ink to a worksheet.
8.5        Ink Annotation in PowerPoint 2003
With the Tablet PC, you can add ink to your MICROSOFT OFFICE POWERPOINT 2003 slides with a
Tablet PC pen. You can add ink while you are delivering a presentation or while you are editing
your slides.
8.5.1      Using ink annotations during presentations
One use of ink in PowerPoint 2003 is to take notes with a mouse or Tablet PC pen, which is
viewable by the audience during a presentation. You can make comments or answer questions
that are asked during the presentation by adding them directly to the slides. Because you can add
handwritten notes in PowerPoint 2003, you don't have to switch to another program, use a
keyboard, or take notes on paper. The ink you add is immediately visible to the audience. You
can use ink to emphasize portions of the presentation by highlighting or circling relevant text and
graphics on the slides.
You can keep the ink that you add during a presentation. This allows you to reference
handwritten notes so that you can edit or update your slides for future presentations. You also
have the option of turning on or off ink annotations.




Update                                             61                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                      HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



8.5.2      Using ink while creating or editing presentations
When you are creating or reviewing slides, you can add ink drawing and writing to emphasize
certain portions of a slide during a presentation. Additionally, you can use handwriting or hand-
drawn pictures to quickly design the overall layout of the information you want to convey on the
slide. For example, you can draw a chart graphic that will be replaced with a MICROSOFT EXCEL
chart when you finalize your slide. You might also send the slides to other people using a Tablet
PC to add their review comments in ink.
                Ink drawing and writing is viewable at all times, and you cannot edit the ink in Slide
                Show view unless you use ink annotations.
You can insert ink when you are in the following MICROSOFT OFFICE POWERPOINT 2003 views:
     •    Normal view
     •    Notes Page view
     •    Slide Master view
     •    Handout Master view
     •    Notes Master view
     •    Slide Show view (Figure 8.5.2.a)




                                             Figure 8.5.2.a – Slide Show View
                You can't insert ink in Slide Sorter view. To add ink in Slide Show view, you must
                first place your Tablet PC pen or mouse over the lower part of the slide, tap or click
                the arrow on the Slide show toolbar, and then tap Ballpoint Pen, Felt Tip Pen, or
                Highlighter.
Once your presentation is complete, you have the option of saving your ink annotations or
discarding for the next session (Figure 8.5.2.b).




Update                                                     62                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                              HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




                                    Figure 8.5.2.b – Keep Option Dialog Box
8.6       Ink Annotation in Outlook 2003
                You must be running MICROSOFT OFFICE 2003 on a Tablet PC to use this feature.
You must use MICROSOFT WORD as your e-mail editor for HTML format messages to insert ink
into an e-mail message.
         1.    Turn Word on as your default e-mail editor in HTML format for all new messages.
         2.    From the main Microsoft Outlook window, tap [ Options ] on the Tools menu, and
               then tap the [ Mail Format ] tab.
         3.    In the Compose in this message format box, click [ HTML ].
         4.    Select the [ Use Microsoft Word to edit e-mail messages ] check box.
         5.    Turn Word on as your e-mail editor for one new message.
         6.    From the main MICROSOFT OUTLOOK window, point to New Mail Message Using on the
               Actions menu, and then tap [ Microsoft Word (HTML) ].
                This command is available only if you are not already using WORD as your e-mail
                editor.
         7.    In the message, tap where you want to write or draw.
                You can insert ink only in the body of the message. Other information, such as names
                in the To box and a title in the Subject box, must be typed text.
         8.    On the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then tap [ Ink Drawing and Writing ].
         9.    Write or draw your e-mail message.
         10. When you are finished, tap [ Stop Inking ] on the Ink Drawing and Writing toolbar
             (To display a toolbar, click [ Customize ] on the Tools menu, and then click the [
             Toolbars ] tab.).
8.6.1      Converting Journal Notes to Outlook Email Messages
                You must be running MICROSOFT OUTLOOK on a Tablet PC to use this feature.
You can insert handwriting from a MICROSOFT WINDOWS JOURNAL NOTE into a MICROSOFT OUTLOOK e-
mail message. To insert ink selected from WINDOWS JOURNAL into an OUTLOOK e-mail message, you
must have OUTLOOK installed and set up on your computer.
                WINDOWS JOURNAL automatically converts your handwriting to typed text before
                inserting it into OUTLOOK. During the conversion process, you can correct the text.
         1.    Open the Windows Jounal Note that contains the handwriting that you want to use.


Update                                                63                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                  HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



         2.    Select the handwriting that you want to insert into the e-mail message.
         3.    On the Standard toolbar tap [ Selection Tool ].
         4.    Draw a loop around the ink that you want to select.
         5.    On the Actions menu, click [ Convert Selection ] to E-mail.
         6.    Set text formatting options, if necessary.
         7.    In the Convert to E-mail dialog box, tap [ Options ].
         8.    Tap to select or clear one of the following options:
              • Preserve line breaks from notes: If your selection consists of several lines, these
                lines are preserved in the Converted text box and in the output text. Select this
                check box when you are converting writing in which line breaks are important,
                such as a list or a poem. Clear this check box when you are converting paragraphs
                in which the line breaks are not important.
              • Display converted text in large font: The text in the Converted text box appears
                in a large font. This does not affect the size of the output text.
              • Include selected ink: The ink you selected is attached to the e-mail message as an
                image file.
         9.    Correct your text by using the Alternative list, if necessary.
         10. In the Converted text box, tap a word that is recognized incorrectly. If a word is
             marked with a green background, it is likely that you need to correct it.
         11. The handwriting that corresponds to the word you tapped appears in the Ink from
             Note box. The handwriting is also selected in your note to provide context for the text
             that you are correcting.
         12. In the Alternative box, look for the correct word. If you find it, tap the word, and
             then tap [ Change ].
         13. Correct your text by using MICROSOFT TABLET PC INPUT PANEL, if necessary.
         14. On the MICROSOFT WINDOWS taskbar, tap TABLET PC INPUT PANEL.
         15. Tap the [ Keyboard ] tab.
         16. In the Convert to E-mail dialog box, in the CONVERTED text box, drag to select a
             word. You can also tap to set an insertion point.
         17. In INPUT PANEL, use the on-screen keyboard to correct your text.
         18. Tap [ Convert ].
         19. The converted text automatically appears in the e-mail message that you selected.
         20. You can convert ink into text only when handwriting recognition is turned on in
             WINDOWS JOURNAL. In WINDOWS JOURNAL, you can turn on or off handwriting recognition
             on the Other tab in the OPTIONS dialog box.
                You can't convert ink that is written with a highlighter.



Update                                              64                                   ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




9        Tablet Pen
You can enter and access information on the Tablet PC by pen, command controls, the on-screen
keyboard, or the Tablet PC keyboard or external USB keyboard. An optional external mouse can
be connected to a USB connector on the Tablet PC, an optional Advanced Port Replicator 04, or
some external USB keyboards.
9.1       Using the Tablet Pen
All MICROSOFT WINDOWS based programs will run on your Tablet PC computer. You can use the
pen to move around in your programs the same way you would normally use a mouse. You can
open programs, make selections and drag items
You can write with the pen in pen-specific applications such as JOURNAL and TABLET PC INPUT
PANEL. The information you write on the screen with the pen can be filed, searched, and shared
among most WINDOWS applications.
To protect the pen when you are not using it insert the pen tip first, into the pen holder on the
Tablet PC as shown in Figure 9.1.a. To remove, press the pen release button, figure 2.2.3.a.




                                                             Pen Holder




                                             Figure 9.1.a – Pen Holder
9.1.1      Identifying the Pen Tip and Pen Button
The pen interacts with the Tablet PC whenever the tip of the pen is within 1/2 inch from the
screen. The pen button emulates the functions of the right-click button on an external mouse.
                                                                                                             Pen Tip



              Pen Button


                                        Figure 9.1.1.a – Pen Tip and Button




Update                                                  65                             ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                               HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



9.1.2      Holding the Pen
Hold the pen as if you were writing with a standard pen or pencil. Position your hand on the pen
so that you will not accidentally press the pen button.
As you monitor the movements of the pen, focus on the pointer, not on the tip of the pen.




                                    Figure 9.1.2.a – Comparing Mouse to Pen
         1.    To select an item on the screen as you would with the left button of an external
               mouse, tap the item with the tip of the pen.
         2.    To double-click an item on the screen as you would with the left button of an external
               mouse, tap the item twice with the tip of the pen.
         3.    To select an item as you would with the right button of an external mouse; press and
               hold down the pen button, then tap the item with the tip of the pen.
9.1.3      Performing Other Procedures with the Pen
In addition to emulating mouse clicks, the pen can be used for the following tasks:
         1.    To display the pointer location, hold the pen tip immediately over any location on the
               Tablet PC screen without touching the screen with the pen tip.
         2.    To display the menu options related to an item on the screen, tap the screen with the
               pen tip.
         3.    To write with the pen, write on the screen with the tip of the pen.
         4.    To press a pen-activated button, tap the button with the tip of the pen.
9.1.4      Pressure – Sensitivity
The Tablet PC pen is equipped with a pressure-sensitive feature. This means that you can
manipulate the pen to create lines of various thicknesses, depending upon the amount of pressure
you use to write.
The pen can function at the default calibration or at a calibration set by another user. However,
Motion Computing highly recommends that you use the pen only while it is calibrated to your
personal handwriting and mouse action motions. Calibration optimizes pen performance for all
users and particularly for left-handed users.




Update                                                66                              ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                    HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




9.2       Calibrate the Pen
To Calibrate the Pen:
         1.    Click [ Start ]        [ Control Panel ]   [ Tablet PC and Pen Settings ].
         2.    Select the [ Calibrate button ].
         3.    Follow the instructions on the screen.
         4.    Tap the pen in the exact center of each of the calibration markers. The calibration
               markers are displayed on the screen as plus signs (+) on each corner of the screen.
         5.    Be sure to calibrate the pen for use in both portrait and landscape orientations.
9.3       Setting Pen Preferences
Pen preferences are set in the TABLET PC and PEN SETTINGS window of the operating system
(Figure 9.3.a). The preferences include settings that optimize handwriting recognition and the
location of on-screen menus for either right-handed or left-handed users. To access the pen
settings, click [ Start ] [ Control Panel ] [ Tablet PC and Pen Settings ] [ Pen Options ].
Alternately, you can activate the QMenu software to access the settings.




                                      Figure 9.3.a – Setting Pen Preferences
The preferences you set in the TABLET PC and PEN SETTINGS window are specific to the pen and the
Tablet PC.
Pointing device preferences, such as pointer speed, click speed, and mouse trails that apply to
any pointing device in the system, are set in the MOUSE PROPERTIES window.
9.3.1      Programmable Command Controls
To assign or change the function of a programmable command control:
         1.    Click [ Start ]   [ Control Panel ]        [ Tablet PC and Pen Settings ]
               [ Tablet Buttons Tab ].



Update                                                    67                                ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                                HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



         2.    In the Button Settings For field, select the view in which you want to use your
               preference.
         3.    In the Tablet Button list, select the button you plan to assign.
         4.    Select the [ Change ] button. (The BUTTON ACTION dialog box opens.)
         5.    Select your preference in the BUTTON ACTION drop down menu. To save your
               preference, select the [ OK ] or [ Apply ] button.
9.3.2      Returning All Command Controls to Default Settings
To return the settings on all command controls to their default settings:
         1.    Click [ Start ]  [ Control Panel ]     [ Tablet PC and Pen Settings ]
               [ Tablet PC Buttons Tab ].
         2.    In the Button Settings For field, select the view in which you want to change all
               command controls to their default settings.
         3.    Select the [ Reset ] button. (All command controls are returned to their default settings
               only in the orientation currently selected.)
         4.    Select the [ Apply ] button, then select [ OK ].




Update                                                68                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                           HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide




Appendix A                    POWER AND BATTERY MANAGEMENT
Power Management
The Tablet PC provides access to a comprehensive suite of power management functions by
using the buttons and controls on the QMenu.
Configuring Your Power Management Settings
The following power-related settings can be accessed, monitored or controlled from the QMenu.
          •    Power schemes
          •    Alarms for low and critical battery
          •    Power meter readings for the batteries
          •    Advanced power settings
          •    Hibernation settings
Tapping the Properties button in the Power panel of the QMenu opens the Power Options
Properties window. Each of the power options is represented by a tab in this window. Tapping
one of the tabs shows the various properties for that aspect of the Tablet PC power management
feature. The following example shows the window open at the Power Schemes tab; it illustrates
the various power schemes properties that can be set for the Tablet PC.
Power Schemes. Tap the Power Schemes tab to show the Power Schemes window. You can
select from a set of pre-defined power schemes that apply to a wide variety of home and work
environments. This operation also gives you the flexibility to define your own scheme and keep
the same name or rename it to something that makes more sense to you.
Alarms. The Alarms tab shows the Alarms window. This option lets you specify the point at
which battery alarms are activated for both the low and critically low battery level states. You
also define the action that the Tablet PC should take when that battery level is reached. For
example, you may choose to have the Tablet PC sound an alarm, or you may prefer to receive a
text message.
Power Meter. The Power Meter tab shows the Power Meter window and shows a visual
indication of the Battery Status for battery #1 and #2 (if present and attached to the Tablet PC).
The icon shows the remaining battery level and the text shows the percentage remaining. You
can click on a battery icon to open a detailed information window for that battery.
Advanced. The Advanced tab shows the Advanced window where you specify the power
settings options that you want to use. You can also specify what you want the Tablet PC to do
when you press the Power switch. Your choices include everything from doing nothing, going
into standby mode, to hibernation, or to performing a shut down of your computer.




Update                                               69                           ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                             HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



Hibernate. The Hibernate tab opens the Hibernate window where you enable or disable
hibernation by using the Hibernation checkbox. This window also shows information about the
hard drive space on your computer and details the amount of hard disk drive space required for
safe hibernation. Selecting Hibernate has the following advantages over placing your Tablet PC
in the Stand By state:
          •    Hibernate saves the state of the desktop and applications
          •    Hibernate consumes no battery power
          •    When you return from the Hibernate state, you return to where you were when you
               entered hibernation.
Checking Your Battery Power Level. There are several ways to see how much battery power is
left on your Tablet PC. You can determine the remaining battery power by doing any of the
following:
          •    Reading Battery Power from the Tablet PC Display: To check the power level while
               you are on battery power, move the pen over the Power Meter icon in the system tray
               at the bottom-right corner of the Tablet PC display. Hovering over this icon shows the
               number of hours of battery power and the percentage of battery power remaining.
               (Also, the blue area on the battery icon, representing available power, gets smaller as
               the battery discharges.)
          •    Reading Battery Power from the Battery Gauge. Turn the system over so that you are
               looking at the back. The gauge is mounted on the backside of the standard battery.
               Press the button and look at the LEDs. Each LED represents approximately 20% of
               the total available charge.
          •    Reading Battery Power from QMenu. The QMenu also has a power gauge (on the
               Power panel) that displays the percent of remaining battery charge. If a Standard
               Battery and a Extended Battery are both attached, the power reading is the cumulative
               amount of both batteries.
          •    Reading Battery Power from the Power Meter Right-click on the Power Meter icon in
               the system tray, located in the lower right-hand corner of the display window (only
               visible if you are running on the battery). To see remaining power, tap Power Meter;
               or tap Adjust Power Properties > Power Meter tab.
Using Your Batteries
This section describes how to use your Tablet PC battery. The Standard Battery is located at the
top of the Tablet PC.
Charging the Battery. When you connect the Tablet PC to AC power with a battery attached,
the system automatically charges the battery until it reaches full charge.
The Battery Status LED is on the Tablet PC flashes amber when the battery is at a critically low
level and changes to solid amber while charging. When the battery is fully charged, the Battery
Status LED turns off.
         To avoid injury, keep the battery within the recommended temperature range when
          charging it. Wait until it cools to room temperature before recharging it in the Tablet PC
          or the battery charger.

Update                                             70                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS
OCIO/ ITS Infrastructure Deployment Branch                          HP/Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC User Guide



To charge the battery:
Plug the AC adapter into the Tablet PC, then into a wall outlet or power strip. (Completely
recharging the battery may take up to two hours, although the battery reaches an 80% charge in
much less time).
Battery and Power Management
     • ... Use AC power when available to lengthen the battery’s usable life. The battery will
           charge automatically as you run on AC power, so leave the battery in the Tablet PC while
           you are working.
     • ...Use AC power when installing software or writing to a CD, and for optimal battery life,
           when using a CD or DVD player.
     • ...When using battery power, if you leave the Tablet PC unattended, place the system in
           Stand By or Hibernate.
     • ...Keep in mind that the display, processor, PC Cards, SD cards, wireless cards, and
           accessory drives all draw on the battery, so adjust properties and disable unused
           accessories and PC Cards when operating on battery power.
     • ...When using battery power, adjust the power mode and display brightness to lower
           settings to prolong the battery life.
     • ...Turn off all wireless devices through the QMenu when not being used.




Update                                          71                               ABY00.60100-00.U*1-ITS

								
To top